Loews Regency

From Rio to San Francisco, Experience the Taste of Brazil with Loews Regency Signature Cocktail

Ready for the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics? Loews Regency most certainly is and it’s awaiting your arrival

Loews Regency SF pays homage to the Global Games with its commemorative “Taste of Rio” offering for guests and sports enthusiasts to sip on as they cheer for their favorite team. Loews Regency is raising its glass with its very own signature Brazilian Caipirinhas. This artisanal beverage was crafted by expert mixologist David Rowe alongside the hotel’s talented Brasserie S&P bar team. This distinct cocktail consists of the fresh flavors of Brazil: cachaça, lime, sugar, and a homemade syrup infused with lemongrass, kaffir lime, and lemongrass — it tastes like a gold medal winner! Snatch one quick because it’s only available August 5 through August 21!

“In the spirit of competition and with all eyes on Brazil, Loews Hotels is celebrating the Rio games with a twist on the host country’s Caipirinha that reflects the distinctiveness of our destinations,” says Mark Weiss, Senior Vice President of Food & Beverage at Loews Hotels. “We’re excited to offer guests a chance to toast their favorite teams and competitors.”

Below is the recipe for A Taste of Rio that Loews Regency San Francisco is serving up as a spinoff of the traditional Brazilian cocktail for guests to enjoy during their visit or recreate at home:

“A Taste of Rio” at The Bar at Brasserie S&P ($14)

  • 1 Lime
  • 1 ½ oz. Cachaça
  • ½ oz. Lime Juice
  • House-made Kaffir Lime Syrup infused with Lemon Grass and Jalapeno
  • Crushed Ice
  • Angostura Bitters

Method: Remove pit from lime and cut in quarters. In a cocktail shaker, muddle the limes with the syrup. Add the cachaça, lime juice, and crushed ice. Shake and pour into a rock glass. Add dashes of angostura bitter and garnish with a lime wheel.

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